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Granite Belt: Turning wine into water

Some of the Granite Belt’s top wineries have joined forces to raise funds for drought relief in their community by turning wine into water!

Wine4Water is a not-for-profit alliance created by the region’s wineries to raise funds for Granite Belt Drought Assist, who distributing water, food and stock feed to those Granite Belt community members most in need.

You can make it rain dollars in the Granite Belt by buying a six-pack of wine from one of your favourite participating winery, with approx. $45 going toward drought relief. Each mixed six-pack is available to purchase for just $150 and with many wines valued at over $30 each, this is a great buy and a real win-win.

Much like a Willy Wonka golden ticket, Savina Lane Wines have generously donated 36 bottles of their Tempranillo Reserve to the Wine4Water cause. This wine is yet to be released, however will retail for $65 and will be a welcome surprise for some lucky wine punters when they open their Wine4Water pack.

So jump to it and order your Wine4Water six-pack from any of the participating wineries online stores. Those wineries helping the cause include:

Golden Grove Estate, Ridgemill Estate, La Petit Mort, Twisted Gum, Ballandean Estate, Pyramids Road Wines, Hidden Creek Wines, View Wines, Jester Hill Wines, Girraween Estate and Heritage Estate.

Simply click on your favourite winery and place an order.

Feeling inspired for a wine weekend to the Granite Belt? Book a weekend getaway to the Granite Belt and spend your dollars in the cafes, wineries and small businesses to further show your support.

Images: Ridgemill Estate
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